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1 Assessment Plan Mission Statement: The Department of Psychology is dedicated to scholarly excellence and the success of our students. Mirroring the shared mission of the Matt Locke Ellis College of Arts & Sciences and, we follow the American Psychological Association policy on Principles for Quality Undergraduate Psychology Programs in matters relating to our faculty, students, and curriculum. We encourage students to seek, think, analyze, create, understand, and discover the science of behavior, to develop a respect for all knowledge and all living things. Vision Statement: Psychology is inherently interdisciplinary, a natural blend of the arts and sciences that personifies the liberal arts ideology. We desire the opportunity to continue pursuing our vision of becoming the premier undergraduate psychology program in Arkansas and a competitive program nationwide, to influence generations of informed, caring, and effective psychologists. Old Mission Statement: Mission Statement (prior to fall 2014): The Department of Psychology is dedicated to scholarly excellence and the success of our students. Mirroring the shared mission of the Matt Locke Ellis College of Arts & Sciences and, we follow the American Psychological Association policy on Principles for Quality Undergraduate Psychology Programs in matters relating to our faculty, students, and curriculum. We encourage students to seek, think, analyze, create, understand, and discover the science of behavior, to develop a respect for all knowledge and all living things. Outcome: Knowledge Base of Psychology Vision Statement (prior to fall 2014): Psychology is inherently interdisciplinary, a natural blend of the arts and sciences that personifies the liberal arts ideology. We desire the opportunity to continue pursuing our vision of becoming the premier undergraduate psychology program in Arkansas and a competitive program nationwide, to influence generations of informed, caring, and effective psychologists. Students will demonstrate familiarity with psychology's historical foundations, major theoretical approaches, research methods, and key empirical findings. OutcomeType: Operational (recurring) Start Date: 10/08/2014 Means of Assessment ETS Major Field Test (MFT) in Psychology. It yields an overall composite score and six assessment indicator scores: (1) Memory and Thinking; (2) Sensory and Physiology; (3) Developmental; (4) Clinical and Abnormal; (5) Social; and (6) Measurement and Methodology. Direct-Standardized Test - PSY General Psychology - PSY Applied Psychology - PSY Experimental Statistics - PSY Developmental Psychology - PSY Human Diversity Departmental and assessment indicator scores will be at least at the 30th percentile ranking compared to the entire norm base. Graduating seniors will be assessed at the end their last academic semester, and results will pooled together for observations of group performance at the end of the academic year each spring. 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 1 of 8

2 - PSY Principles of Learning - PSY Special Topics in Psychology - PSY Cross-Cultural Psychology - PSY3053* - Multicultural Mental Health - PSY Social Psychology - PSY Personality - PSY3153* - Cognitive Psychology - PSY3213* - Infancy & Childhood - PSY Critical and Analytical Thinking - PSY History and Systems - PSY Motivation - PSY Forensic Psychology - PSY Special Topics in Psychology - PSY4283* - Sensation & Perception - PSY Physiological Psychology - PSY4323* - Behavior Modification - PSY Advanced Statistics - PSY Psychology in Literature - PSY4363* - Verbal Behavior - PSY Tests & Measurements - PSY4693* - Love & Sexual Behavior - PSY Independent Study - PSY Practicum in Psychology - PSY Experimental Methods - PSY Independent Research - PSY Advanced Social Psychology - PSY Advanced Independent Research in Psychology Related Goals * Learning - Student should acquire a mastery of a particular field of study * Learning - Student should appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - Student should discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - Student should mature intellectually, emotionally, and physically * Learning - Student should participate as a concerned, intelligent citizen * Learning - Student should think logically and critically * Learning - Student should understand the physical universe Internal-Academic Affairs * Learning - To graduate students who have acquired a mastery of particular field of study * Learning - To graduate students who appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - To graduate students who are able to discern appropriate uses of technology 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 2 of 8

3 * Learning - To graduate students who are matured intellectually, emotionally and physically * Learning - To graduate students who can participate as concerned intelligent citizens * Learning - To graduate students who understand the physical universe Internal-Ellis College of Arts and Sciences * Learning - To assure that students have an environment in which learning is optimal, not undermined by inadequate educational resources, poor physical environment, or outdated equipment. * Learning - To encourage, support and reward students and faculty in all forms of scholarship and artistic expression within and across the various disciplines constituting the College. * Learning - To extend the "School with a Heart" notion by assuring that our students are constantly encouraged to reach their highest aspirations through the efforts of a caring and supportive, but demanding, faculty and administration. * Learning - To have the highest quality programs of educational opportunities for our student so they are prepared for success in their professions and their scholarship. * Learning - To keep the undergraduate student in central focus in all its activities. * Learning - To promote service to students, faculty, and the larger community. Internal-Liberal Arts Core (General Education) * Learning - Students will develop their analytical and critical thinking skills. * Learning - Students will strengthen their oral and written communication skills. * Learning - Knowledge base of psychology * Learning - Application of psychology * Learning - Critical thinking skills Outcome: Application of psychology Students will understand and apply psychological principles, theories, concepts, and empirical findings to individual, social, and real world problems. OutcomeType: Operational (recurring) Start Date: 10/09/2014 Means of Assessment Test construction project. Students will work in groups and use knowledge from testing theory to construct a general psychology test, administer it, analyze the results, and make recommendations for problematic items. Direct-Course Embedded Students will earn at least a grade of C on the project. The minimum student group performance will be that 90% of students will meet the minimum criterion. The project will be assigned once each semester. Learning Lab assignment. Students will apply knowledge obtained from learning theory and use it to solve a specific lab problem. Direct-Course Embedded Students will earn at least a grade of C on the lab assignment. The minimum student group performance will be that 90% of students will meet the minimum criterion. There will be four lab assignments each semester. - PSY General Psychology - PSY Applied Psychology - PSY Experimental Statistics - PSY Developmental Psychology 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 3 of 8

4 - PSY Principles of Learning - PSY Cross-Cultural Psychology - PSY Social Psychology - PSY Personality - PSY3153* - Cognitive Psychology - PSY Critical and Analytical Thinking - PSY History and Systems - PSY Forensic Psychology - PSY Physiological Psychology - PSY4323* - Behavior Modification - PSY Tests & Measurements - PSY Independent Study - PSY Practicum in Psychology - PSY Experimental Methods - PSY Independent Research - PSY Advanced Social Psychology - PSY Advanced Independent Research in Psychology Related Goals * Learning - Student should acquire a mastery of a particular field of study * Learning - Student should appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - Student should discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - Student should mature intellectually, emotionally, and physically * Learning - Student should participate as a concerned, intelligent citizen * Learning - Student should speak and write effectively * Learning - Student should think logically and critically * Learning - Student should understand the physical universe Internal-Academic Affairs * Learning - To graduate students who have acquired a mastery of particular field of study * Learning - To graduate students who appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - To graduate students who are able to discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - To graduate students who are matured intellectually, emotionally and physically * Learning - To graduate students who can participate as concerned intelligent citizens * Learning - To graduate students who are able to speak and write effectively * Learning - To graduate students who understand the physical universe Internal-Ellis College of Arts and Sciences * Learning - To assure that students have an environment in which learning is optimal, not undermined by inadequate educational resources, poor physical environment, or outdated equipment. * Learning - To encourage, support and reward students and faculty in all forms of scholarship and artistic expression within and across the various disciplines constituting the College. * Learning - To extend the "School with a Heart" notion by assuring that our students are constantly encouraged to reach their highest aspirations through the efforts of a caring and supportive, but demanding, faculty and administration. * Learning - To have the highest quality programs of educational opportunities for our student so they are prepared for success in their professions and their scholarship. * Learning - To keep the undergraduate student in central focus in all its activities. 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 4 of 8

5 * Learning - To promote learning and improve opportunities to learn among all students at. * Learning - To promote service to students, faculty, and the larger community. Internal-Liberal Arts Core (General Education) * Learning - Students will develop their analytical and critical thinking skills. * Learning - Students will strengthen their oral and written communication skills. * Learning - Students will enhance their quantitative reasoning skills. * Learning - Knowledge base of psychology * Learning - Application of psychology * Learning - Critical thinking skills Outcome: Critical thinking skills Students will appreciate and be able to apply psychological principles, theories, concepts, and research findings to individual, social, and real world problems. OutcomeType: Operational (recurring) Start Date: 10/14/ PSY General Psychology - PSY Experimental Statistics - PSY Developmental Psychology - PSY Human Diversity - PSY Principles of Learning - PSY Cross-Cultural Psychology - PSY Social Psychology - PSY Personality - PSY3153* - Cognitive Psychology - PSY Critical and Analytical Thinking - PSY History and Systems - PSY Forensic Psychology - PSY Physiological Psychology - PSY Advanced Statistics - PSY Psychology in Literature - PSY Tests & Measurements - PSY Experimental Methods - PSY Independent Research - PSY Advanced Independent Research in Psychology Related Goals 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 5 of 8

6 * Learning - Student should acquire a mastery of a particular field of study * Learning - Student should appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - Student should discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - Student should mature intellectually, emotionally, and physically * Learning - Student should participate as a concerned, intelligent citizen * Learning - Student should speak and write effectively * Learning - Student should think logically and critically * Learning - Student should understand the physical universe Internal-Academic Affairs * Learning - To graduate students who have acquired a mastery of particular field of study * Learning - To graduate students who appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - To graduate students who are able to discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - To graduate students who are matured intellectually, emotionally and physically * Learning - To graduate students who can participate as concerned intelligent citizens * Learning - To graduate students who are able to speak and write effectively * Learning - To graduate students who understand the physical universe Internal-Ellis College of Arts and Sciences * Learning - To assure that students have an environment in which learning is optimal, not undermined by inadequate educational resources, poor physical environment, or outdated equipment. * Learning - To encourage, support and reward students and faculty in all forms of scholarship and artistic expression within and across the various disciplines constituting the College. * Learning - To extend the "School with a Heart" notion by assuring that our students are constantly encouraged to reach their highest aspirations through the efforts of a caring and supportive, but demanding, faculty and administration. * Learning - To have the highest quality programs of educational opportunities for our student so they are prepared for success in their professions and their scholarship. * Learning - To keep the undergraduate student in central focus in all its activities. * Learning - To promote service to students, faculty, and the larger community. Internal-Liberal Arts Core (General Education) * Learning - Students will develop their analytical and critical thinking skills. * Learning - Students will strengthen their oral and written communication skills. * Learning - Students will enhance their quantitative reasoning skills. * Learning - Knowledge base of psychology * Learning - Application of psychology * Learning - Critical thinking skills Outcome: Communication skills Students will demonstrate effective skills that clearly communicate the science of psychology in two ways: (1) Written skills: Students will write a scientific paper that clearly communicates theories, hypotheses, research methods, and research findings. (2) Communication skills: Students will give an effective oral presentation that clearly communications theories, hypotheses, research methods, and/or research findings. Start Date: 10/21/2014 Means of Assessment 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 6 of 8

7 Means of Assessment Students will demonstrate effective writing skills by producing a scientific paper on a specific topic that includes a review of the relevant literature, well-formed hypotheses, a proposed methodology, and a discussion of the outcome. Direct-Course Embedded The criterion will be a minimum 70% of the total possible points as outlined in the evaluation rubric. The criterion for group performance will be that 90% of students will meet the minimum criterion. Each academic semester. Students will give an effective oral presentation before a class or academic meeting, based on research concerned with a specific topic. Attention will be given to both oral skills and quality of content. Direct-Course Embedded The criterion will be a minimum 70% of the total possible points as outlined in the evaluation rubric. The criterion for group performance will be that 90% of students will meet the minimum criterion. Each academic semester. - PSY Cross-Cultural Psychology - PSY Experimental Methods Related Goals * Learning - Student should acquire a mastery of a particular field of study * Learning - Student should appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - Student should discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - Student should mature intellectually, emotionally, and physically * Learning - Student should participate as a concerned, intelligent citizen * Learning - Student should speak and write effectively * Learning - Student should think logically and critically * Learning - Student should understand the physical universe Internal-Academic Affairs * Learning - To graduate students who have acquired a mastery of particular field of study * Learning - To graduate students who appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures * Learning - To graduate students who are able to discern appropriate uses of technology * Learning - To graduate students who are matured intellectually, emotionally and physically * Learning - To graduate students who can participate as concerned intelligent citizens * Learning - To graduate students who are able to speak and write effectively * Learning - To graduate students who understand the physical universe Internal-Ellis College of Arts and Sciences * Learning - To assure that students have an environment in which learning is optimal, not undermined by inadequate educational resources, poor physical environment, or outdated equipment. * Learning - To encourage, support and reward students and faculty in all forms of scholarship and artistic expression within and across the various disciplines constituting the College. * Learning - To extend the "School with a Heart" notion by assuring that our students are constantly encouraged to reach their highest aspirations through the efforts of a caring and supportive, but demanding, faculty and administration. * Learning - To have the highest quality programs of educational opportunities for our student so they are prepared for success in their professions and their scholarship. * Learning - To keep the undergraduate student in central focus in all its activities. * Learning - To promote service to students, faculty, and the larger community. 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 7 of 8

8 Internal-Liberal Arts Core (General Education) * Learning - Students will develop their analytical and critical thinking skills. * Learning - Students will strengthen their oral and written communication skills. * Learning - Students will enhance their quantitative reasoning skills. * Learning - Knowledge base of psychology * Learning - Application of psychology * Learning - Critical thinking skills Outcome: Values Students will understand and practice ethics as it relates to humans and other animals in the research and applied sides of psychology. Start Date: 10/21/2014 Means of Assessment Students will demonstrate their understanding of ethics and how it applies to psychology by completing the "Protecting Human Research Participants" online training course offered by the NIH Office of Extramural Research and obtaining an official certificate upon successful completion. Direct-Standardized Test - PSY General Psychology - PSY Developmental Psychology - PSY Principles of Learning - PSY Tests & Measurements - PSY Practicum in Psychology The minimum criterion for student group performance will be that 90% of students will earned the NIH certificate. Each academic semester. 10/14/2015 9:31 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 8 of 8

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